Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's <i>Don Quixote</i> returns with fresh faces in the lead roles

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's Don Quixote returns with fresh faces in the lead roles

Classic comedic work also features new sets and costumes

A nationally touring dance work was inspired by stories collected by the LGBT Elders Oral History Project.

"This is LGBT history and it is also American history."

Back from a successful New York show, Texture offers new work at the New Hazlett

"This time I just wanted to make something cool from the sounds I was hearing in the music."

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's 3 x 3

A sparkling program includes a world premiere, a Pittsburgh premiere and old favorite "Smoke 'n Roses"

A rising-star choreographer world-premieres her latest at the Kelly-Strayhorn.

"The dancers express pure joy and desire, shedding all constraints and wearing the skin they are in."

A review of Point Park's annual faculty choreography show

Highlights include Doug Benz's "Arc of Descent/Gethsemane" and a Bob Fosse tribute.

A new ballet explores one man's struggle with Parkinson's disease.

"Because someone is stricken with Parkinson's disease, it doesn't have to completely change their life for the worse."


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